I will post the link to the show when it is available! And now the link is available!!! Just click on the link labeled "Canada Day Eats" on the right side of the screen.
All week I have been posting my test recipes for a Canada Day celebration to gear up for my spot on CTVmorning live Friday morning. The Boy and Hubby have had the oh so difficult job of tasting all the food and everything has passed inspection. As I posted this week, I made sure to link it to this post so that everything was on one page to make it easy for people to find.
So here it is, after a week of brainstorming, writing, cooking, tweaking, and rewriting, here is the menu, with the links:
Planning ahead - Things to think about when planning a BBQ/outdoor party.
Bison Cheese sliders on bannock Printable recipe here
Beer marinated steak skewers Printable recipe
Grilled potato wedge poutine
Wild rice salad Printable Recipe
Ketchup chips (because let's face it, these are truly Canadian!)
Maple Cream Cookies Printable recipe
Bacon Maple Cheesecakes Printable recipe
Red & White Vanilla cupcakes Printable recipe
Various drinks to keep people quenched. Go for a selction of Canadian, local beers, sodas, and juices.
There is one last recipe that I haven't posted yet so I am going to add it here. Keep in mind that this wild rice salad can really be anything you want. Use whatever veggies you have on hand and whatever vinagrette tickles your fancy. You are never bound directly to the recipe. If you want more feta or more dressing then you should do just that!
Wild Rice Salad
For this salad, I used a wild and brown rice mix I found at the store but if you have straight wild rice and want to use just wild rice, go wild and do that.
1 cup rice/wild rice (that's the uncooked rice measurement)
Cook rice according to package directions then set it aside to cool.
While the rice is cooling chop up your favourite assortment of veggies. Today I used:
½ red bell pepper
½ yellow bell pepper
¼ purple onion
A handful of bean sprouts
A handful cherry or grape tomatoes, cut in half
A small bunch of parsley or any herb you like
To this I added:
½ cup crumbled feta cheese
½ cup chopped sundried tomatoes
¼ cup balsamic dressing (Feel free to use whatever vinaigrette style dressing you like, it doesn’t have to be balsamic. Greek, Italian, red wine vinegar....)
I hope you all enjoy your Canada day, no matter what you decide to do or cook up. Happy 145th to everyone!!
Until next time, stay warm and eat well!